I'm considering getting a SK-8855 keyboard, however it doesn't appear to exist in my local layout (Brazilian), probably due to the registry editing required to get one of the keys working. I do however have a T410 keyboard with that layout, and I was wondering if I could swap the keyboard module on a SK-8855?
The registry editing is not a concern as I would use the SK-8855 as the only keyboard on a single system.
I've done it on my SK-8855, I bought the SK-8855 with French AZERTY layout and then replaced by a T410 keyboard with QWERTZ Swiss layout.
Just like Brazilian layout, SK-8855 is impossible to find with QWERTZ-Swiss layout
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1: I go back to my full height travel mechanical keyboard and a mouse.
2: They didn't make the 6x series machine keyboard in a USB form.
3: If you want the higher TP buttons, get the IBM version of this keyboard with the T4x buttons.
The efficiency of two screens equally sized with equal numbers if pixels are equal. The time spent by a 4:3 user complaining about 16:9 is proportional to the inefficiency working with a 16:9 display, therefore the amount of useful work extracted is equal.
If you don't like the default keyboard in it (maybe a Chicony or Alps), then just replace it with a X220 NMB keyboard
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